Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Burn. Burn. Its a like the roof is on fire. Mag ik schelden? Burn m*thf****
Enjoyed a bottle of Don Q Oak Spiced Rum while vacationing in Las Vegas. Unique bottle and label design. Very light golden color. Pure alcohol and plenty of oak, spices, pepper and vanilla to the nose and palate. Strong burn at the end being so dry. Mix this up with your favorite soda.
This is the most expensive of the three spiced rums that I tried today. It tastes like pepper and oak, with vanilla and caramel. It is like they added pepper to a cask of their Single Barrel 2005, which basically ruins that very good rum. If you like pepper on the tongue, you will love this one.
This may now be my top rated spiced rum (which I usually don't care for), but it just barely beat the taste of El Dorado Spiced Rum, which I also tried today. All three were tasted side by side neat in Glencairn glasses. Both can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or mixed. The Cruzan 9 Spice was the third new one and cannot be enjoyed neat. However, at $30 for this one versus $16 for the El Dorado, I have to give my best buy recommendation to El Dorado.
The 5% additional alcohol really matters, as it maken the rum too strong for my liking! Although the taste is not that bad ...
This rum takes you to the place mentioned in the title: the stars.
Because of its little extra touch of alcohol, it is quite heavy for a night of drinking. The combination with its amazing rich taste - the taste is pure and does not feel like to much extras are added - makes it a dangerous rum for a good night of drinking.
Please inform your taxi driver because this rum isn’t easy to refuse, and that’s a damn compliment!
This is one of the better spiced rums I've tried.
Smells and tastes of oak, sweet vanilla, spice, and caramel, with just a hint of bitterness. It's a very good spiced rum.
In fact, as of this review, this is my second favorite spiced rum after the Koloa Spice.